8K, Internet of Things and more.
As is tradition, this year's Computer Electronic Show, better known as CES, will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, starting next Tuesday.
What can we expect this year? Which tendencies will be the most significant?
The first thing is television, where big players like LG and Samsung, accompanied by others, will begin to display their first steps in 8K mass consumption.
Yes, a few years ago we saw these panels, but now they will be in the form of a device that in a few months someone could buy.
There is an argument that "what I want about it if there are no 8K material" and we remember the nice how not so many years ago it was told about 4K and today everyone is changing their TV, although Full HD "was enough."
The search for content will also begin showing cameras capable of recording in 8K and surely this year or next there will be mobile phones with these features.
Another strong suspicion is that they see folding televisions. We have seen prototypes in previous years, but now they will be a ready-made product and will be ready to be commercialized and honestly, we can not wait.
As far as computers are concerned, there is no doubt that a high-level and reliable graphics card will be presented. Several manufacturers will present prototypes of futuristic gamers laptops. How to forget the Project Valery, the three-screen laptop we saw one afternoon and after a while it was stolen. It was not us, eye.
Expect an avalanche of hearing aids by canceling the noise, conductivity of bones and other types of crap. In the same section, that of audio, there is always a novelty in the form of a speaker and it is said that this year nobody will be spared from the existence of Alexa or the Google Assistant on the board.
Drones, cameras and more will also have room in the show that recently had a virtual reality as a flagship, which seems to be chilled. Too bad, because we even tried some things from Unlucky America very uncomfortable.
There will certainly be, as every year, more and more garages dedicated to cars, and if we see something that stands out, we will surely take them. In the form of a note, because we can not bring it.
The funniest thing is to run into those things that we did not expect, and surely this year we will get the strange surprise.
We saw next week in Las Vegas, friends, stay tuned for our coverage.